Yellowstone National Park

Chloe Nostrant with a nice YNP native cutthroat. Photo: JB

The NE corner of the Park has been fishing very well lately!  With water levels dropping and a plethora of bugs hatching the fish have been looking up and taking dries.  Bring your PMD’s, drakes (green, brown, and gray), stoneflies, hoppers, ants, beetles, and crickets.  Attractor dries such as royal wulffs, trudes, and stimulators have also been working.  If you don’t mind fishing with a dropper we stock a bunch of good beadhead softhackles and nymphs that are absolutely deadly.  Depending how far people would like to hike we can arrange anything from a few feet off the road to a 12 mile round trip “hike and strike.”  Give us a call anytime to book! 1-406-222-7130.

Join one of our women's fly fishing trips in the Park!

Ladies, have you always wanted to learn how to fly fish but don’t know where to start?  Join us for a one or two day Women’s fly fishing workshop in Yellowstone National Park!  The Yellowstone Angler’s Women’s Fishing Camp is a women’s only guided fly fishing camp geared towards beginner female anglers.  These camps are designed to be fun, educational and empowering above all.  The goal is to give women the basic skills and knowledge to feel able and confident to go out and fish on their own.  If you have questions please feel free to call Chloe at the shop! 1-406-222-7130.

A Bison Crossing right in the "good" spot! Photo: Chase Chapman

A nice native comes to hand... Photo: JB

Rush hour traffic in YNP... Photo: JB

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